• An instance of moving to live in another place for a while.
  • Seasonal moving of animals, as mammals, birds or fish, especially between breeding and non-breeding areas.
  • Movement in general.
  • Instance of changing a platform from an environment to another one.
  • The movement of cells in particular directions to specific locations.


  • From Middle French migration and its source, Latin migrātiō, from the participle stem of migrō.
  • Morphologically migrate + -ion

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